The Pierce College drama department is performing their fall play, ‘Wild Washington,’ November 2 through 4.
“If you love Washington, it’s for those people,” Director Nichole Nicholson said. “I wanted to do the show because I love Washington.”
The play is split into three parts, each focuses on a different area: the Hoh Rainforest, Puget Sound and Mt. Rainer.
The play is a devising show; the cast was given a single topic to write a script around.
“It’s created by our students,” Nicholson said. “It’s never been seen before and it never will be seen again.”
The play begins at 7 p.m. each night in the Black Box Theater in the Arts and Allied Health Building. Tickets cost $5 for general admission but students enter free with Pierce ID.
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On the side, Smith enjoys writing poetry and attending concerts. She tries to play the guitar and ukulele, but ultimately can only play one song all the way through.
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